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I found this on an Austrailian woodworkers site and changed a few words so it would fit woodcarvers.
The Woodworkers Outback Survival Kit.
One plate of glass, 10MM thick and about 305MM square
Various and sundry sheets of sandpaper up to 6000 grit
3M #77 spray glue
Various water stones up to 8000 grit
Slow speed water cooled grinding wheel with accessories
Instruction manual, "Achieving a Perfectly Sharp Gouge"
Small folding table
One dull gouge
Instructions for use
Should you ever become lost or disoriented in the Outback, set up the table, refer to the instruction manual and begin to sharpen the gouge.
Within minutes, 87 well meaning souls will materialize out of thin air and explain the correct method for sharpening a gouge.
Any of these 87 people can then lead you out of the Outback. [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/dka/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/msohtml1/01/clip_image001.gif[/IMG]
Re: Survival kit
LOL...........................Cowboy Is this Darrell or your other brother Darrell?
Last edited by Hi_Ho_Sliver; 07-29-2006 at 10:25 AM.
Re: Survival kit
LOL. Ain't it the truth!!!!!
On the road that I have taken,
one day, walking, I awaken,
amazed to see where I have come,
where I'm going, where I'm from.---The Book of Counted Sorrows, Dean Koontz
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